Rigorous policy pilots have tremendous potential to improve governance.
Court sides with insurance companies in cost-sharing subsidies class action despite their use of “silver loading.”
An agency’s regulatory experience informs the development of effective future programs.
Improving the management of federal information collection requires help from agencies and the White House.
The right regulatory reforms can level the playing field between the public and powerful corporate players.
Recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments provide hope for the future of Clean Water Act enforcement.
Several successful programs demonstrate that prioritizing evidence can positively impact policy effects.
A centralized platform for rigorous policy pilots would encourage collaboration between agencies and academia.
Policymakers should take steps to ensure successful pilots can be scaled up effectively.
A federal antitrust investigation of automakers cooperating with California probably has no basis in law.